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Austria round-up: Pasching on a roll

Published: Wednesday 24 July 2002, 22.21CET
Newly promoted SV Pasching made it three wins out of three matches by beating SV Austria Salzburg 1-0.

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Published: Wednesday 24 July 2002, 22.21CET

Austria round-up: Pasching on a roll

Newly promoted SV Pasching made it three wins out of three matches by beating SV Austria Salzburg 1-0.

SV Pasching continued their dream start to life in the Austrian Bundesliga as they made it three wins out of three matches by beating SV Austria Salzburg 1-0.

Sixth without reply
Bozo Kovacevic scored five minutes before half-time to secure the victory - Pasching's sixth goal without reply this season. The only other side still unbeaten are FK Austria Wien after a 3-0 win against Grazer AK. All the goals came before the break, Vladimir Janocko opening the scoring with a penalty, Radoslav Gilewicz adding a second and Janocko making it three in the 41st minute.

Kärnten travel well
VfB Admira Wacker Mödling lost their own undefeated record with a 3-0 loss at home to FC Kärnten. Roman Stary opened the scoring on eight minutes and Thomas Franz headed home the second, with Marijo Maric completing the victory just before full-time.

Masudi double
SK Sturm Graz are up to fourth thanks to an Alain Masudi double in a 2-0 home win against ten-man SV Ried, who had Andreas Feichtinger sent off six minutes from time for a professional foul on Imre Szabics.

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